Tuesday, 30 June 2015

Spice of LIfe

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today ☺ 
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courierthe Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

L-R: Emma Sayers, Wellington, Graham McPhail, Auckland, judging at the New Zealand Community Trust Chamber Music Contest 2015, at Napier Municipal Theatre, Napier. photograph
Sforzando
L-R: Emma Sayers, Wellington, Graham McPhail, Auckland, judging at the New Zealand Community Trust Chamber Music Contest 2015, at Napier Municipal Theatre, Napier.

Olivia Wilson, Andrea's Hair and Beauty, Havelock North, competing in The Cut, one of the events at the Hawke's Bay Association of Registered Hairdressers Hairdressing Competitions, in the Taradale Town Hall, Taradale, Napier. photograph
Pressure's on
Olivia Wilson, Andrea's Hair and Beauty, Havelock North, competing in The Cut, one of the events at the Hawke's Bay Association of Registered Hairdressers Hairdressing Competitions, in the Taradale Town Hall, Taradale, Napier.

Centre L-R: Tapfuma Dimairo, Miramar Rangers; Ruben Parker, Harry Morton, Napier City Rovers - soccer, football at Park Island, Napier. NCR won 4-1. photograph
Saved (just)
Centre L-R: Tapfuma Dimairo, Miramar Rangers; Ruben Parker, Harry Morton, Napier City Rovers - soccer, football at Park Island, Napier. NCR won 4-1.

Kimberly Hulena, 9, with a silverbeet and a flower, at a Matariki celebration involving three Havelock North schools, at the community garden in Mangarau Crescent, Havelock North. photograph
Seedling souvenirs
Kimberly Hulena, 9, with a silverbeet and a flower, at a Matariki celebration involving three Havelock North schools, at the community garden in Mangarau Crescent, Havelock North.

Cr Henare O'Keefe speaks at a Hastings District Council meeting, Hastings, in a debate on the proposal to change the name of the Hawke's Bay Airport. photograph
Passionate plea
Cr Henare O'Keefe speaks at a Hastings District Council meeting, Hastings, in a debate on the proposal to change the name of the Hawke's Bay Airport.

Philippa Wright, wool broker, Wright Wool, pictured at Elders Woolstore, Thames St, Napier. photograph
The right wool
Philippa Wright, wool broker, Wright Wool, pictured at Elders Woolstore, Thames St, Napier.

Keith Peacock, pollution response and enforcement team, Hawke's Bay Regional Council, Napier, has a "calibrated" nose for smells. photograph
The nose knows
Keith Peacock, pollution response and enforcement team, Hawke's Bay Regional Council, Napier, has a "calibrated" nose for smells. 

Arataki Mews, corner Te Heipora Rd and Arataki Rd, near Te Mata Mushroom Co, established 1967, Brookvale Rd, Havelock North. photograph
Mews in the news
Arataki Mews, corner Te Heipora Rd and Arataki Rd, near Te Mata Mushroom Co, established 1967, Brookvale Rd, Havelock North.

L-R: Grant Sheehan, photographer, Mary Shanahan, writer, signing books at the launch of "Kereru Station: Two Sisters' Legacy" at Hastings Community Arts Centre, Hastings. With them front L-R: Kay Foley, Napier, Ros Elliott, Napier, Rachael Hunter, Kereru Station. photograph
Long-time friends and colleagues
L-R: Grant Sheehan, photographer, Mary Shanahan, writer, signing books at the launch of "Kereru Station: Two Sisters' Legacy" at Hastings Community Arts Centre, Hastings. With them front L-R: Kay Foley, Napier, Ros Elliott, Napier, Rachael Hunter, Kereru Station.

"Kereru Station: Two Sisters' Legacy", a book by Grant Sheehan, photographer, and Mary Shanahan, writer, was launched at the Hastings Community Arts Centre, Hastings. photograph
Heading dog
"Kereru Station: Two Sisters' Legacy", a book by Grant Sheehan, photographer, and Mary Shanahan, writer, was launched at the Hastings Community Arts Centre, Hastings.

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Monday, 29 June 2015

Quips & Quotes

Ken Kalfus: In fiction, all you need is memory and imagination. If you can't remember, make it up.

Moving Pictures

My choice of video from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today ☺

Spirited bidding at a North Island Wool Brokers Association auction in Napier. photograph
Auction action
Spirited bidding at a North Island Wool Brokers Association auction in Napier.

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Sunday, 28 June 2015

Living the Dream

"Staff Provision:

"Chiropractor of a growing business was needing to hire a new team member. He did a bunch of interviews, made an offer to the best candidate but they "were uncomfortable working in an office that prayed before the shifts (even though it was not mandatory)."

After the disappointment, and getting over the “brain hurdle” of going through another round of interviews, they found a candidate who not only shared the same values, but who had ALL the specific job skills they where looking for.

Not only did they find the right person, but because of her age and work experience, she qualified for a government grant PAYING HER SALARY FOR THE NEXT 16 WEEKS! Since being under-staffed, our business has continued to grow, but cashflow has definitely been an issue. God not only brought in a great person into the business, but he also paid for it in advance.

Dr. Josh Nikkanen, Ontario, Canada"

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Heaven in Business

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Morning dew photograph
Morning dew
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Saturday, 27 June 2015

My World


The Embankment Bridge over Ahuriri Estuary, Napier
which, despite its appearance, could still carry trains if they were running.
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Friday, 26 June 2015

Citizenship Ceremony at Hastings District Council

Some of the new citizens welcomed by deputy mayor Councillor Cynthia Bowers into New Zealand, Hawke's Bay and Hastings in particular ;-) at this week's citizenship ceremony at Hastings District Council :-)  photograph
Happy families
Some of the new citizens welcomed by deputy mayor Councillor Cynthia Bowers into New Zealand, Hawke's Bay and Hastings in particular, at this week's citizenship ceremony at Hastings District Council on 24 June, 2015.

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The historic Portland Island Lighthouse on Marine Parade, Wairoa photograph
The historic Portland Island Lighthouse on Marine Parade, Wairoa
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Thursday, 25 June 2015

Tomorrow Today

by Lynette Love

"Meeting People in Heaven

"I am with Jesus standing before a beautiful home. He is there, but I hear his voice rather than see Him. He says, "Come on, let's go in."

Encounters of Heaven photograph
Encounters of Heaven
As I go in I see three women, my grandmother, great grandmother and great aunt are sitting round a table having a wonderful time.The Lord says, "Sometimes I visit them and have a great time with them." They turn and look at me. I am dumbfounded, totally speechless. I don't ask anything. They greet me and I start crying. They tell me not to cry, but it's totally overwhelming.

There's a quaint tea-set on the table. The teapot is pretty with painted flowers on tiny cups. They are having a cuppa, but not the same tea as we know. Grandma lifts the teapot lid and shows me a flower like jasmine in the pot...."

Tomorrow Today is a series of excerpts from books by Lynette Love, who regularly encounters heaven - and Jesus - and Holy Spirit - and Father - now, in this life, today. 

My prayer is that you also might experience Him, and that in your own daily walk you might hear His voice, and see His face, and know His love - now, in this life, today.

Lynette's books and e-books are all available on Amazon.com

© Lynette Love, used by permission.

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This is just one tree - true story, Cornwall Park, Hastings photograph
This is just one tree - true story
Cornwall Park, Hastings
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Wednesday, 24 June 2015

My World

Nikau Vessel, by Virginia King, based on New Zealand's only native palm tree, photograph
Nikau Vessel, by Virginia King
based on New Zealand's only native palm tree
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Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today ☺ 
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courierthe Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

Progress on the new Peak Vision Church building in Te Mata Rd, Havelock North. photograph
Church with a view
Progress on the new Peak Vision Church building in Te Mata Rd, Havelock North.

Newly-installed gym fitness sports exercise equipment on the south side of the National Aquarium of New Zealand, Marine Parade, Napier. photograph
Not for me
Newly-installed gym fitness sports exercise equipment on the south side of the National Aquarium of New Zealand, Marine Parade, Napier.

Pork belly dinner at The Corner Bar & Grill, Clive, formerly the Clive River Bar. photograph
Dinnertime
Pork belly dinner at The Corner Bar & Grill, Clive, formerly the Clive River Bar.

With ball: Michael Vuicakau, Havelock North - premier rugby vs Napier Pirate Rugby and Sports, final score 22-22, at Tamatea Park, Napier. photograph
Don't worry boys, I've got him
With ball: Michael Vuicakau, Havelock North - premier rugby vs Napier Pirate Rugby and Sports, final score 22-22, at Tamatea Park, Napier.

Front L-R: Jonathan Ruru, Napier Pirate Rugby and Sports, Teihana Brown, Havelock North - premier rugby, final score 22-22, at Tamatea Park, Napier. photograph
Outa my way
Front L-R: Jonathan Ruru, Napier Pirate Rugby and Sports, Teihana Brown, Havelock North - premier rugby, final score 22-22, at Tamatea Park, Napier.

L-R: Arielle Munro, Macy Te Whaiti, Napier Girls' High School, Napier, performing at a Matariki Festival at The Sound Shell, Napier. photograph
Stunning performance
L-R: Arielle Munro, Macy Te Whaiti, Napier Girls' High School, Napier, performing at a Matariki Festival at The Sound Shell, Napier.

Nga Daniel, Hastings, watching a Matariki Festival at The Sound Shell, Napier. photograph
Celebrating culture
Nga Daniel, Hastings, watching a Matariki Festival at The Sound Shell, Napier.

Jake Mulholland, Levin Swim Club, waits for the next heat to start their race before getting out of the pool, at the ANZ East Coast Swimming Championships at Napier Aquatic Centre, Napier. photograph
Calm amidst the turmoil
Jake Mulholland, Levin Swim Club, waits for the next heat to start their race before getting out of the pool, at the ANZ East Coast Swimming Championships at Napier Aquatic Centre, Napier.

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Monday, 22 June 2015

Quips & Quotes

Anonymous: The gem cannot be polished without friction, nor man perfected without trials.

Sunday, 21 June 2015

Living the Dream

"Mission Trip Provision and Generosity AND INCREASE 

"Going on a mission trip I needed $2000. Some friends supported me, so shortly before the mission trip I’ve raised $950 (which already astonished me) and I was willing to pay the rest on my own! I didn’t expect many people to fund me and therefore I was very thankful for all the support I’ve already got.

Long before the trip somebody prayed over me, that the whole amount will be paid off. I didn’t have much faith in that, but I checked almost every day my bank account, if something has changed. And then shortly before the trip out of the blue a friend donated me $2000! WOW! This meant I now have more than enough!

My friend later told me, that he and his wife were saving the $2000 for furniture and other stuff for their first child; but then God told them, to trust Him more than in the money and to support me with the $2000… In 2 days they already got more than five time the amount they gave me (which is $10,000) back! WOOOW! God is so good!

I’m amazed by their obedience and overwhelmed by God’s overflowing provision! Finally they and I got both blessed abundantly through God’s intervention! Isn’t He amazing?"

David Sommerhalder, Swiss student at Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry (March, 2015)"

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Dream Culture: Bringing your Dreams to Life

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So many memories, so many questions photograph
So many memories, so many questions
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Saturday, 20 June 2015

My World

The living and the dead photograph
The living and the dead
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Friday, 19 June 2015

My World

Red berries
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Thursday, 18 June 2015

Tomorrow Today

by Lynette Love

"Palace

".... The angel and I go into another room. Abraham is there sitting on a couch facing the hallway door. I run and sit next to him. We hug, and he says, "I want you meet Isaac and Jacob." First, he introduces me to Isaac. When he laughs his chest goes up and down.

Encounters of Heaven photograph
Encounters of Heaven
Jacob is quieter. He says to the angel, " I don't wrestle or limp with a hip out of joint any more." The angel chuckles and joins in. Lots of laughter resounds.

"Oh, what an honour to meet you both," I say. "This is cool."

They say, "The honour goes to the Lord, not to us. We are servants here to one another. And, that's a strange language! This is cool!"

Then they get serious. "You have one of the biggest gifts. We would have loved to have had Him, but we only had Him at times. You have him all the time. Look after Him, treasure Him - the Holy Spirit."

As they speak, I know that's what I want to do. I say goodbye and am reassured by them that we'll meet again."

Tomorrow Today is a series of excerpts from books by Lynette Love, who regularly encounters heaven - and Jesus - and Holy Spirit - and Father - now, in this life, today. 

My prayer is that you also might experience Him, and that in your own daily walk you might hear His voice, and see His face, and know His love - now, in this life, today.

Lynette's books and e-books are all available on Amazon.com

© Lynette Love, used by permission.

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Morning sun photograph
Morning sun
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Wednesday, 17 June 2015

My World

A chilly start to the day, the Holt Memorial Display House in Cornwall Park, Hastings photograph
A chilly start to the day
The Holt Memorial Display House in Cornwall Park, Hastings
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Tuesday, 16 June 2015

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today ☺ 
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courierthe Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)


This week it was (nearly) all about the Governor General's four-day visit to Hawke's Bay!

The site of a proposed Character Residential Zone between Glenpark Place and Hikanui Drive, Havelock North, proposed by The Hidden Valley Ltd, photographed from Glenpark Place, Havelock North. photograph
Panoramic view
The site of a proposed Character Residential Zone between Glenpark Place and Hikanui Drive, Havelock North, proposed by The Hidden Valley Ltd, photographed from Glenpark Place, Havelock North.

L-R: Kyle Duligall, Lachlan Morris, Brendon Tipene, Havelock North High School, Havelock North. Absent: Chavez Farquahar, Taikura Rudolf Steiner School, Hastings - year 13 students who won Best School Film, Best Cinematography, and Best Artist Direction in the 48 hours Furious Film-making competition. photograph
No time to sleep
L-R: Kyle Duligall, Lachlan Morris, Brendon Tipene, Havelock North High School, Havelock North. Absent: Chavez Farquahar, Taikura Rudolf Steiner School, Hastings - year 13 students who won Best School Film, Best Cinematography, and Best Artist Direction in the 48 hours Furious Film-making competition.

L-R: Ivy Morley, chairperson, Napier SPCA, Napier, with Mannie the kitten; Faye Johnson, fundraising manager, Hastings SPCA, Hastings, with Mahli, a red and white border collie - pictured at The Old Church, Meeanee Rd, Meeanee, Napier, promo for their annual ball in October. photograph
Sophisticat and dog
L-R: Ivy Morley, chairperson, Napier SPCA, Napier, with Mannie the kitten; Faye Johnson, fundraising manager, Hastings SPCA, Hastings, with Mahli, a red and white border collie - pictured at The Old Church, Meeanee Rd, Meeanee, Napier, promo for their annual ball in October.


L-R: Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae; Meka Whaitiri, Labour MP, Ikaroa-Rawhiti - vice-regal visit to Kohupatiki Marae, Kohupatiki, Hastings. photograph
Welcome to Hawke's Bay
L-R: Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae; Meka Whaitiri, Labour MP, Ikaroa-Rawhiti - vice-regal visit to Kohupatiki Marae, Kohupatiki, Hastings.


Front L-R: Lady Janine Mateparae,  Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae; Bevan Taylor, kaumatua - visit to Kohupatiki Marae, Kohupatiki, Hastings. photograph
Duty calls
Front L-R: Lady Janine Mateparae,  Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae; Bevan Taylor, kaumatua - visit to Kohupatiki Marae, Kohupatiki, Hastings.


L-R: FLTLT Kyle Newman, aide-de-camp; Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, Lady Janine Mateparae, planting a totara tree and a kowhai tree at Operation Patiki, a project at Kohupatiki Marae, Kohupatiki, Hastings. photograph
Long-term vision
L-R: FLTLT Kyle Newman, aide-de-camp; Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, Lady Janine Mateparae, planting a totara tree and a kowhai tree at Operation Patiki, a project at Kohupatiki Marae, Kohupatiki, Hastings.


Kahori Nakagawa, co-manager, Cape Sanctuary, holding a tuatara, with boys from Hastings Boys' High School, Hastings - visit by Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, to Cape Sanctuary, Cape Kidnappers, Hawke's Bay. photograph
Last surviving dinosaur
Kahori Nakagawa, co-manager, Cape Sanctuary, holding a tuatara, with boys from Hastings Boys' High School, Hastings - visit by Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, to Cape Sanctuary, Cape Kidnappers, Hawke's Bay.


L-R: Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, holding a tuatara, Andy Lowe, founder - vice-regal visit to Cape Sanctuary, Cape Kidnappers, Hawke's Bay. photograph
Friendly fellows
L-R: Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, holding a tuatara, Andy Lowe, founder - vice-regal visit to Cape Sanctuary, Cape Kidnappers, Hawke's Bay.


John Berry, volunteer, with a Hawke's Bay tree weta - visit by Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, to Cape Sanctuary, Cape Kidnappers, Hawke's Bay. photograph
Creepy-crawly
John Berry, volunteer, with a Hawke's Bay tree weta - visit by Governor-General Lt Gen Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, to Cape Sanctuary, Cape Kidnappers, Hawke's Bay.


His Excellency Governor General Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae unveils the plaque - The Hawke's Bay Memorial Chapel was re-dedicated, and the hospital renamed to the Hawke's Bay Fallen Soldier's Memorial Hospital. photograph
Doing the Honours
His Excellency Governor General Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae unveils the plaque - The Hawke's Bay Memorial Chapel was re-dedicated, and the hospital renamed to the Hawke's Bay Fallen Soldier's Memorial Hospital.


L-R: Jason Cunningham, Governor-General Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, at the official opening of the Bostock Organic Kitchen, and presentation of staff certificates, at Bostock's in Kirkwood Rd, Hastings. photograph
Congratulations
L-R: Jason Cunningham, Governor-General Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, at the official opening of the Bostock Organic Kitchen, and presentation of staff certificates, at Bostock's in Kirkwood Rd, Hastings.


L-R: Governor-General Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae and John Bostock officially open the Bostock Organic Kitchen, and presentation of staff certificates, at Bostock's in Kirkwood Rd, Hastings. photograph
Walking the talk
L-R: Governor-General Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae and John Bostock officially open the Bostock Organic Kitchen, and presentation of staff certificates, at Bostock's in Kirkwood Rd, Hastings.

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Monday, 15 June 2015

Quips & Quotes

Thomas Edison: Opportunity is missed by most people because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.

Moving Pictures

My choice of video from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today ☺

They shall not grow old... The Hawke's Bay Memorial Chapel was re-dedicated, and the hospital renamed to the Hawke's Bay Fallen Soldier's Memorial Hospital, by His Excellency Governor General Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae (not the guy in this picture). photograph
Changes at the hospital
They shall not grow old.... The Hawke's Bay Memorial Chapel was re-dedicated, and the hospital renamed to the Hawke's Bay Fallen Soldier's Memorial Hospital, by His Excellency Governor General Lt Gen The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae (not the guy in this picture).

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Sunday, 14 June 2015

Living the Dream

"Miracle Provision and Trust 

"A believing couple were in startup phase of a kingdom culture development company. They had been hugely successful in previous ventures without Christ but were now on a journey of doing business WITH Him. Here’s their email:

"God told us He had people along the way to help us and so it has been very close to the (financial) edge many times as you know but He has always come through. The last little bit of time has been particularly tough.

Anyway when we figured we were running out of options, a couple we have been helping get their heads around life in general and who went through two of our programs expressed an interest in supporting what we are doing. I sent them a run down and had a chat and they said here’s $20k no strings attached as an investment into the Kingdom!

When they sent the $20k they increased it to $25k! Also my daughter who is not saved but with whom I have a very close connection phoned me and said she wanted to send $2.5K over. These are truly miracles of provision!”"

Living the Dream, a series of true and verified stories of real people who have encountered God for themselves and have learnt to apply His principles in their normal everyday world, sourced from Heaven in Business

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Deco detail photograph
Deco detail
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Saturday, 13 June 2015

My World

Bare Island in an Empty Sea under a Cloudless Sky photograph
Bare Island in an Empty Sea under a Cloudless Sky
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Friday, 12 June 2015

My World

Grapevine terraces at Esk Valley Estate, Bay View photograph
Grapevine terraces
Esk Valley Estate, Bay View
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Thursday, 11 June 2015

Tomorrow Today

by Lynette Love

"God's Sweets

"Jesus takes me into a beautiful forest of trees that look like oaks in golden autumn dress.

Encounters of Heaven photograph
Encounters of Heaven
Hanging around the trees are a series of boxes in which some type of flying insect has made pea-sized 'sweets'. Jesus thrusts his fingers into the box to get a sweet, showing me how to do the same. As a child approaches the box it comes down to his level and it's easy for him to get a sweet out.

The sweets explode and fizz in our mouths. They taste so good. The flavour and sensation is different to anything I've experienced ever before. When I swallow the sweet there is an intensity of living taste in my mouth and throat.

Huge white butterflies dance here, and as the Lord moves his hand they become multi-coloured - white no longer!

Instantly we are on a mountaintop. A quaint narrow stream wanders to the edge of the mountain. As we look back together I see a waterfall and beyond it, in the valley below, the tiny stream has become a beautiful wide unrestricted river with no bank. From its small beginning the great has come...."

Tomorrow Today is a series of excerpts from books by Lynette Love, who regularly encounters heaven - and Jesus - and Holy Spirit - and Father - now, in this life, today. 

My prayer is that you also might experience Him, and that in your own daily walk you might hear His voice, and see His face, and know His love - now, in this life, today.

Lynette's books and e-books are all available on Amazon.com

© Lynette Love, used by permission.

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"Did you ever wonder
if the person in the puddle is real, and you're just a reflection of him?” - Bill Watterson, creator of Calvin and Hobbes
A 5x-weekly photograph from around Hawke's Bay J

Tuesday, 9 June 2015

Spice of Life

My choice from a week's work at Hawke's Bay Today J
(including at times, photos for the Napier Courier, the Hastings Leader
the Havelock North Village Press and/or The Link)

Tim Anderson and team-mates - Mud and Guts Challenge Event, Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge, near the Mohaka River, off SH5, Napier-Taupo Rd. photograph
Helping hands
Tim Anderson and team-mates - Mud and Guts Challenge Event, Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge, near the Mohaka River, off SH5, Napier-Taupo Rd.

Mud and Guts Challenge Event, Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge, near the Mohaka River, off SH5, Napier-Taupo Rd. photograph
Shoot me now
Mud and Guts Challenge Event, Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge, near the Mohaka River, off SH5, Napier-Taupo Rd.

Mud and Guts Challenge Event, Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge, near the Mohaka River, off SH5, Napier-Taupo Rd. photograph
Crazy cops?
Mud and Guts Challenge Event, Mountain Valley Adventure Lodge, near the Mohaka River, off SH5, Napier-Taupo Rd.

Cross the Ocean, a performance at Zirka Circus, Havelock North Domain, Havelock North. photograph
Awesome acrobats
Cross the Ocean, a performance at Zirka Circus, Havelock North Domain, Havelock North.

Cross the Ocean, a performance at Zirka Circus, Havelock North Domain, Havelock North. photograph
Trickster
Cross the Ocean, a performance at Zirka Circus, Havelock North Domain, Havelock North.

Louis Chand, Auckland - snooker final vs Bayden Jackson, Hawke's Bay, in the North Island Championships at Havelock North Club, Havelock North. photograph
Best of five
Louis Chand, Auckland - snooker final vs Bayden Jackson, Hawke's Bay, in the North Island Championships at Havelock North Club, Havelock North.

Sam Kershaw, Wellington, ex-Havelock North, match manager for the Hurricanes, holding the last two tickets for  seats in the stands at this Friday's Hurricanes vs Highlanders rugby game, pictured in the Graeme Lowe Stand at McLean Park, Napier. photograph
Lucky last
Sam Kershaw, Wellington, ex-Havelock North, match manager for the Hurricanes, holding the last two tickets for  seats in the stands at this Friday's Hurricanes vs Highlanders rugby game, pictured in the Graeme Lowe Stand at McLean Park, Napier.

Marty Hantz, principal at Taradale Primary School, Taradale, Napier, reading to a group of kids, back at school for a Milo and Marshmallow Night. photograph
Night school
Marty Hantz, principal at Taradale Primary School, Taradale, Napier, reading to a group of kids, back at school for a Milo and Marshmallow Night.

One minute silence for Jerry Collins before the Hurricanes played Highlanders, rugby at McLean Park, Napier. photograph
Respect
One minute silence for Jerry Collins before the Hurricanes played Highlanders, rugby at McLean Park, Napier.

Blade Thomson scores a try for the Hurricanes, rugby vs Highlanders at McLean Park, Napier. photograph
Bragger's rights
Blade Thomson scores a try for the Hurricanes, rugby vs Highlanders at McLean Park, Napier.

Ma'a Nonu scores a try for the Hurricanes, rugby vs Highlanders at McLean Park, Napier. photograph
Lovin' It
Ma'a Nonu scores a try for the Hurricanes, rugby vs Highlanders at McLean Park, Napier.

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